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Pauline Johnson and her friends

Walter Jackson McCrea

Pauline Johnson and her friends

by Walter Jackson McCrea

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Johnson, E. Pauline, -- 1861-1913.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 181-182.

    Statementby Walter McRaye.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9199.3 J6 Z75
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 182 p., [7] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14587123M

    THE MOCCASIN MAKER By E. Pauline Johnson With introduction by Sir Gilbert Parker and against the book that Pauline Johnson had not learnt the art of short-story writing; she was a poetess, not a writer of fiction; in the opinion of her friends, the memorial should take, it is important, in any case, that it should be worthy. Her mother was English, her father a Mohawk chief. Billed as ""The Mohawk Princess,"" Pauline Johnson took to the stage and recited her poetry in towns across Canada and the U.S.A. during the s. On her two trips to England, she was the toast of London.

    Pauline Johnson is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Pauline Johnson and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes.   Johnson, Pauline Louise 87 Ma Pauline Louise Metz Johnson, a former resident of Beaverton, was born Ma , in West Rumney, N.H., to Alden and Flora Burt, their sixth child. She went home to be with her Lord Phone: ()

    Two of her sisters, Nora and Nellie, also worked for Hardys, one as a fly tier and one as a split cane rod binder Known by her friends and family as Kitty, Kate adopted the stage name of Pauline Johnson. Two of her older sisters Isabell and Lilian were dancers, dancing in France and at the Windmill in London.   Pauline Johnson was Canada’s first performance artist. In the s, she criss-crossed the continent 19 times using the newly built Canadian Pacific Railway, captivating audiences with her poetry in elegant drawing rooms and in the whistle-stop towns that dotted the growing country.


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